Locomotoring

Seven continents, seven seas, seven billion people and seven thousand good eats …

Gajalee, Indian coastal cuisine in San Francisco

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Machi fry – catch of the day, coated in semolina and deep fried. Served with sambaar, a south Indian daal and  yogurt raita. The semolina has a coarse corn grit like texture and offers an additional layer of crunch.

Tisyra Masala – Half shell mussels cooked with spices, onion, and grated coconut. For those of you who can close your eyes and imagine a coastal Indian town, this dish can transport you there. Watch out for broken clam shells.

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Written by locomotoring

February 18, 2014 at 12:45 am

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  1. There’s a Gajalee in Bombay too, which is quite famous for it’s coastal food. The preparations look the same! Is it the same place that’s opened in SF?

    Ankur

    March 9, 2014 at 10:17 am

    • Actually, I don’t know. Will ask the proprietors next time.

      Sachin

      August 9, 2014 at 6:38 pm


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